U.k. Online Gambling Tax Bill In The House Of Lords Today (update)

Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Bill to be read in House of Lords

The British government’s initiative to compel online gambling operators accessing the British punter to take out secondary licensing and pay UK taxes (see previous InfoPowa reports) moves another step forward today (January 14) with a reading in the House of Lords.

The Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Bill is to be examined in detail, but is still firmly on track for implementation around the end of the year.

InfoPowa readers interested in tracking the bill’s progress can do so here:


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